In this post, you will learn about, how to use Kawamura DIC Museum of Art in your PC like Windows 7,8 or 10 and Mac without having an Android Phone. You will get easy to follow instructions ahead which will make your day, for sure. 🙂
The easiest way to use Kawamura DIC Museum of Art for PC (32/64 bit) Windows & Mac (10.0 or Later) is installing an Android emulator like Bluestacks or Nox Player on your Computer or Mac. Then search the app using the Emulator’s search box and install that app. You can enjoy the fully functional Kawamura DIC Museum of Art app on your Computer from now on. It’s that simple.
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Detailed Specifications of Kawamura DIC Museum of Art
App Name: Kawamura DIC Museum of Art
App Version: 1.8.4
APK Size: 25M
Android Version: 5.0 and up
What Is Kawamura DIC Museum of Art and What It Does?
Designed for those who admire modern art and a must for those who enjoy visiting museums, this application provides the explanations for thirty-seven artworks from the Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art as well as its garden. Beginning with the 17th century and Rembrandt, the artworks progress through Monet, Renoir, and the impressionists, to Picasso, Chagall and other early modern artists from the West to 20th-century American artists, such as Pollock and Cornell. This application introduces a broad spectrum of different art genres. When using this application in the Museum of Art, be sure to wear earphones so that other visitors are not disturbed. The Museum and its History In May, 1990, Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art was built on the grounds of the DIC Central Research Laboratory located in Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture to exhibit the artworks collected by DIC Corporation and its affiliated companies. As of the present, it has acquired over 1,000 works. Katsumi Kawamura, the company’s second president and later first director of the museum, deeply loved art, and enjoyed nothing more than contemplating artwork and during what spare moments he could take from work. Beginning in the 1970s, the museum began to seriously collect art, and amassed a remarkable selection of 20th-century art: Picasso, Braque, Kandinsky, Malevich, Cornell, and others. Of equal note, is that the museum was also interested in up-and-coming American painters—Louis, Stella, and others—who were unknown at this time in Japan, yet highly regarded in Europe, and began to collect their paintings and works. When Kawamura Katsumi’s long-held dream of establishing a museum was realised, the museum began to collect works of importance in American art history, such as Rothko’s murals and various works by Stella, thus laying the foundations of today’s collection. The museum has expanded its collection with the 17th-century Dutch master Rembrandt’s portrait. List of Works Émille-Antoine Bourdelle: Fruit Pierre Auguste Renoir: Bather Claude Monet: Waterlilies Pablo Picasso: Woman in an Armchair Marc Chagall: King David’s Dream Rembrandt van Rijn: Portrait of a Man in a Broad Brimmed Hat Naum Gabo: Linear Construction No.1 (Variation) Kurt Schwitters: Untitled (Intersected Egg), Untitled (Colored Half-Moon), Untitled (Birchwood Sculpture), Untitled (Opening Blossom), Untitled (Pebble Sculpture) Joseph Cornell: Untitled (Le Piano) Joseph Cornell: Celestial Navigation by Birds Alexander Calder: Four White Dots Mark Rothko: “Seagram Murals” Ad Reinhardt: Abstract Painting Robert Ryman: Assistant Jackson Pollock: Composition on Green, Black, and Tan Frank Stella: Tomlinson Court Part (second version) Frank Stella: Merry Christmas 3X (third version) Music Works Maurice Ravel: “The Fairy Garden” from “Mother Goose suite” Mel Bonis: “Tonight”, from “Tonight, Morning for Piano Trio op. 76” “Pavane dan Vers” from “The Susanne van Soldt Virginal Book“ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: “Piano Sonata K. 545” Eric Satie: “The Mysterious Kiss in the Eye” from “The Beautiful Eccentric” Bohuslav Martinů: “Adagio” from “Duo for Violin and Violoncello in D major, No.2, H371” A CD of the musical works included in this guide is available through Mercury Inc. Japan. Please visit the following website: http://www.mercury-coo.
Read more from the official application page here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.acoustiguidemobile.am_dic
Step By Step Guide To Install & Use Kawamura DIC Museum of Art For PC
Using an Android App on Windows Computer is kind of tricky and you need to follow some extra steps. It is because the Windows computer (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows) can only run the EXE file as an application. Since Android apps (https://www.android.com) come with a .apk file that your computer can not run or execute. In this case, we will use some third party software like Bluestacks or Nox Player (software or app or games emulator) who can emulate your Kawamura DIC Museum of Art app on PC and you are ready to start using this app from your computer.
It is worth mentioning that, Kawamura DIC Museum of Art is a popular app and will run smoothly in your Windows 10/8/7 and even in XP or the vintage Windows Vista.
Just need to follow the steps mentioned below to make it work perfectly. Follow on…
Step 01: Install BlueStacks or Nox Player on your computer. If you haven’t yet downloaded and installed those, please go to this link https://www.bluestacks.com/ (for BlueStacks Official Download) or https://www.bignox.com/ (for Nox Player Official Download).
Step 02: Once BlueStacks is installed on your PC, open it from your Start menu or icon located at Desktop. It will take some time to initiate all the programs for the very first time.
Step 03: When BlueStacks is fully opened; just click on the “Google Play Store” icon which you will find on the home screen of BlueStacks.
Step 04: On the Play Store, find the “Search Box” at the top and type Kawamura DIC Museum of Art and hit enter on your keyboard. Pick the first app and then click on “Install”. If you don’t find your app on Google Play Store, then use this link – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.acoustiguidemobile.am_dic and download the APK and once downloaded; drag that APK file on the home screen of BlueStacks and it will be installed automatically.
Step 05: After the app installation is complete; open Kawamura DIC Museum of Art from the “installed apps” section of Bluestacks. Or, you will find your newly installed app on the home screen of BlueStacks.
Step 06: Awesome! You are done. Keep exploring the features of Kawamura DIC Museum of Art and stay on top of everyone (as you are smarter than everyone out there because you know how to use it on your PC and you can leverage your time, knowledge, and skills properly from now on).
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